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... to run day trips or short two-day trips they do in summer.
The most practical day trip from Belgrade is to go by bus or
train to Novi Sad, the capital of the Vojvodina region located on the Danube about
60 miles north of Belgrade. Vojovodina is the region of Serbia that was part of
the Austro-Hungarian Empire until Yugoslavia was created after World War I. The
region has a semi-autonomous status within Serbia in Tito’s Yugoslavia. ...
... a lift from the mall and here we'd stopped to pick up some children. Two daughters and a niece. Car seats, seat belts... not likely.
The child-care centre had a bit gymnasium and a whole indoor playground for the children to play in, with a window overlooking the playground from the bar upstairs. The idea is that the parents can bring their children in to run around a bit while they have ...
Oct 10, 2014
Kris and I had breakfast,....checked out of our hotel,......walked literally down the block,....then checked into our new hotel.
This one is sooooo cute. It has a beautiful garden area for dining ,.....and our room has a balcony. We ditched our bags, and took off to see the Fortress. Somehow,....again quite remarkably,.....we got on the correct bus,....AND got off at the right stop.
We walked down to the prettiest ...
... ready to continue. 500 meters further, we turned off the main highway and followed a low traffic, narrow paved road, mostly down then hilly, past peach, apricots and cherry orchards. We stopped at another irresistible fruit stand and bought delicious apricots and sweet bright yellow cherries.
Signs along the roads pointed to the different local wineries. It was tempting but we needed all our wits about us.
... the second most populated city in Serbia. We shared the highway with heavy truck traffic which is a bit dicey, especially when oncoming traffic passes at same time.
Frogs and Birds Love the High Water
We all were happy when we reached a cut-off and the 1.4 km tree-lined shaded road which led to the dyke. On the dyke, we rode on firm dirt tracks. Many homes were flooded from this point on, ...